Nagios Aggregator 0.6

Nagios Aggregator is a PHP script for aggregating multiple Nagios instances into one consistent view.

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Marcin Cylke
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Nagios Aggregator is a PHP script for aggregating multiple Nagios instances into one consistent view.

Here are some key features of "Nagios Aggregator":

Aggregation of multiple views
acknowledging known alerts


database backend - currently PostgreSQL, tested with version 8.2.5-1
web server with php support - in my case Apache 2.2, but it shouldn't matter
tidy - for html to xml conversion
cron - or other software to periodically run the fetcher script

Installation and configuration:

As a prerequisites you need to install postgreSQL and apache, or other web server. Enable PHP support in the Web server and create a database in postgreSQL. Its name is configurable in Aggregator so choose whichever you like.

Unpack the sources into a specific dir, visible in the Web server's document root and reconfigure database settings in the following files:


Note: I had a problem when adding DB support with php includes and variable visibility - that is why there are two places to modify, hopefully will correct it in future versions.

Edit file config, which is used by to get all the needed nagios views. The file format looks like this:


The meaning of those fields is as follows:

nagios_version - obsolete now, but used by previous versions of Agregator, don't care about that, enter some random stuff
nagios_name - name displayed in aggregation for all those alerts from a specific Nagios instance
addres - an URL to the Services page of Nagios, you can also put here Alerts page.

The line could look like this:


Comments are accepted. With hash sign.

The final step of the configuration is to add execution of into cron.

What's New in This Release:

There is no longer a need for page reloads, and the popup window has been removed.
Everything is done with AJAX calls.

Last updated on March 29th, 2008

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